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Turkish president says Morsi was killed

SBS Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi was "flailing" on the floor for 20 minutes and no official intervened.
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News video: Mohammed Morsi, Former President of Egypt, Dead at 67

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Mohammed Morsi, Former President of Egypt, Dead at 67 His death was confirmed by state media, who says that he fainted while in a courtroom. He was then charged with various crimes, including espionage, which he was in court for. His downfall came just a year after taking office. During his year as...

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